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Date Posted: 06:25:26 02/11/09 Wed
Author: J.P. Smith
Subject: Re: amateur genealogist
In reply to: Alma Ippolito Walshak 's message, "Re: amateur genealogist" on 20:34:12 01/27/09 Tue

I taught Elio's daughter and served on the board of trustees (when I'd come back to teach at SS) when he was president of the board. I believe he's affiliated with Phelps Hospital in Sleepy Hollow.

>>I know that my brother was very involved with
>Scarborough and knew Mrs. schoales pretty well. i
>don't know if he can give you any info but you might
>try him..Dr Elio Ippolito of Sleepy Hollow, NY. I am
>vacationing right now in CA so I don't have his phone
># but am sure it is listed.
>Iam the great-granddaughter of Howard P. Vanderlip,
>>nephew of Frank A. and Narcissa C. Vanderlip. Until
>>recently, I had no idea about this side of the family.
>>My ggf died in 1988 and I was intrigued by the history
>>of the school and it's origins. I wonder if anyone has
>>any recollections of any family members encountered
>>over the years and of the current state of the
>>property, I can't seem to find much on current status
>>of the Vanderlip's home, Beechwood, itself. Any info
>>would be most appreciated. I hope there is enough
>>interest to maintain your uniquely wonderful site.

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